There is no evidence that weight lifting stunts growth. In fact, bones can become stronger from the exercise. Science has proved that weight training will not stunt your growth even if you start at as young as 10 years old. The real danger is if your not supervised and have bad form injuries may occur.
No, it's just a myth.
Yes and quite badly
Heavy lifting will not stunt your growth. Your growth depends mainly upon eating a good diet. Smoking cigarettes is known to stunt the growth of a child, mainly because it reduces appetite and so leads to an inadequate diet.
no it does not i started lifting when i was 14 and i was 5/9 and now im 24 and 6/2 and i am well fit weight lifting and situps did not stunt my growth and all of my friends that i know same for them
It doesn't. It's a commonly held myth. Normal, properly performed resistance exercise will not stunt growth in young people. Younger individuals should be carefully supervised when weight lifting, especially when attempting more complicated lifts with heavier weights. It's possible an injury resulting from improper use of weights could stunt growth, but it shouldn't be an issue if proper supervision and training is given.
Yes because it can stunt your growth, but doing small amounts is alright because this will keep you toned.
No, lifting will not stunt your growth as the myth grows. But at such a young age you need supervision, and make sure you do it correctly. There are many benefits of weight training, even at this age.
No, lifting will not stunt your growth as the myth grows. Just make sure you do it correctly, and get supervision at first. There are too many benefits of lifting to not do it when young.
There is no evidence that suggests that lifting stunts growth.
Yes, this is old enough. Lifting will not stunt your growth as the myth grows. Just make sure you do it correctly, and get supervision at first.
No. It's an urban legend that weight lifting stunts ones' growth. Dumbells wil certainly not do anything to affect your growth. If you ever attempt heavy squats (not dumbells), it's important to have proper supervision: poor form could result in an injury to your back, which might ostensibly stunt your growth. Barring an injury, however, you can do whatever lifting you like and not hurt your growth.
Lifting weights and doing cardio will never stop your growth it will actually help it. The hormone (GH) or Growth Hormone is produced from lifting weights because you are triggering the pituitary gland to produce the hormone from the exercise. Same goes with cardio. working out in the gym or running will not stunt your growth.